Help music students learn about symphony orchestra

Here are a few ideas for lesson planning a lesson all about a Symphony Orchestra Arrange the student's seats as if they were an orchestra. Place instrument name cards on the appropriate desks, or Give Students name stickers to wear. Allow students to be different instruments on different days. Discuss different types of musical groups

By |2010-03-12T01:23:55+00:00March 12th, 2010|Lesson Plans|Comments Off on Help music students learn about symphony orchestra

A Lesson Plan about the classical orchestra

Learning about a Symphony Orchestra in Music Class? Here are a few ideas to use You can arrange the classroom like an orchestra. Place instrument name cards on the the students desks, or affix name stickers to individual students. Allow students to be different instruments on different days. Have a class discussion about the similarities

By |2010-03-11T01:19:14+00:00March 11th, 2010|Lesson Plans|Comments Off on A Lesson Plan about the classical orchestra

Flutes and Piccolos in the music classroom

Learning about the Flute and Piccolo in music class? here are a few ideas Hi-Lo Game: Play or sing a variety of melodic intervals, both ascending and descending. Ask students to discern which note comes first, the high note or the low note, by describing the interval as flute-piccolo (low-high) or piccolo-flute (high-low). This will

By |2010-03-08T20:22:03+00:00March 8th, 2010|Lesson Plans|Comments Off on Flutes and Piccolos in the music classroom

Classroom Games about the Cello and Double Bass

Here are a few simple classroom games you can play to help your students learn about the cello and double bass in the music classroom. These will make your music lesson plans fun! Learning about the parts of the instruments is easy if you play this game: play Pin the Parts on the Double Bass

By |2010-03-07T06:28:26+00:00March 7th, 2010|Lesson Plans|Comments Off on Classroom Games about the Cello and Double Bass

A music lesson about the conductor

What would happen to an orchestra if the conductor wasn't there - could the musicians cope by themselves? Students will discover in this music lesson. Demonstrate the basic beat patterns. Have students practice the patterns using pencils or drinking straws as temporary batons. You can play a game where you have one student conduct a

By |2010-03-05T02:12:30+00:00March 5th, 2010|Lesson Plans|Comments Off on A music lesson about the conductor

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